Dan Carter's confirmation yesterday of a move to play in
Paris following next year's World Cup has shifted the
spotlight on to the plans of the All Blacks' other veterans
including skipper Richie McCaw and Ma'a Nonu.
Otago will be missing two of its key players at next month's
national sevens tournament.
One school in the South was part of a national survey over
the use of supplements among top first XVs but says it has
nothing to hide.
Former Italy and Stade Francais flyhalf Diego Dominguez will
succeed Bernard Laporte as Toulon coach for the 2016-17
season and All Black centre Ma'a Nonu will join next term,
club president Mourad Boudjellal says.
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